I believe this is my favorite…

It’s a gorgeous day today and it started in the best possible way with Irene’s gentle yoga class at Kihei Community Yoga.  Everything gets put in the right place when I make the time for that class, and it helps me be energized and centered.  It’s a  perfect start for a busy week.

Today I’m sharing my absolute favorite Make-and-Take from convention.  If you’ve read my last post you won’t be at all surprised to find we used Just Believe (wood mount #116948 $33.95, clear mount #120453 $25.95) for this project.  Honestly, you need this stamp set!

Watercolor Just Believe from Stampin' Up! 2010 convention

  • Just Believe stamp set
  • Not Quite Navy and Bashful Blue card stock; Watercolor paper
  • Not Quite Navy, Bashful Blue, Old Olive and Pear Pizazz Stampin’ Write markers
  • Old Olive Satin ribbon; Brights Designer Buttons; Linen thread
  • Color Spritzer tool;  small spray bottle filled with water

I’m thrilled with the look of this card.  The image is colored with markers and then lightly spritzed with water before being stamped on watercolor paper.  Everyone at my table got different results depending on how they used the markers and how they spritzed the stamp, but each card was uniquely beautiful.   I still struggle with tearing – I’m too particular by nature to just give it a cavalier rip and let it go at that.  One of these days I’m just gonna let go and let ‘er rip and it will surprise us all!!

If you’re ready to let ‘er rip and put Just Believe on your craft desk, head on over to my Online Store and click that Shop Now button.  It will be one of the most versatile, well-used, beloved stamp sets you own.

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